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Discharge

on September 18, 2013

Discharge

Patients sometime enjoy leaving the hospital with a good note. Anya Sliver demonstrates Leaving the Hospital “As the door glides shut behind me, the world flares back into being – I exist again, recover myself.” This shows the sign where patients have a relief of clam when leaving the hospital. A connection is that when a person is in surgery and it was a successful surgery. By leaving the hospital this shows the happiness of the patients that had struggled within the hospital. Another connection is that the patients feel that happiness is restored into them and feeling that they can do anything, Anya Sliver, describe the feeling of momentum of leaving the hospital and the pain and suffer that was left behind.

Silver, A. K. (2010). The ninety-third name of God poems. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press.

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3 responses to “Discharge

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  2. akmgettes says:

    I totally love this poem of Silver’s and I believe you did well to explain some of the powerful emotions that patients like Silver feel after they have been positively discharged from the hospital after enduring the agonizing chronicles of cancer. The imagery Silver gives is so beautiful and I feel so wonderful for her and anyone who gets to live this moment of freedom.

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